Skip to main content

Internet Talk Radio

Internet Multicasting Service

The Internet Multicasting Service was the Internet's first radio station. With headquarters in the National Press Building and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit station operated from 1993-1995.

Known as Internet Talk Radio (“The Flame of the Internet!”), Internet Multicasting provided live streams from the floor of the House and Senate, streamed National Press Club Luncheons, was a member of the Public Radio Satellite System, created original programming, and broadcast numerous live events.

PART OF
Radio Programs
More right-solid
More right-solid
More right-solid
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Internet Talk Radio
by Soundprint
audio
eye 7
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Paperwork Producer Audrey Coleman presents a consideration of the never-ending pile of paperwork on everybody bgcolor="#FFFFFF"’s desk. The rebroadcast of SOUNDPRINT is made possible by the Internet Multicasting Service and our sponsors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Soundprint
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: South Africa’s New Dawn (Part 2) America played a key role in bringing about the present changes in South Africa. A worldwide movement was created to isolate the white minority government through sanctions and disinvestment. But now that South Africa is committed to change, how can Americans continue to help? This episode of Common Ground discusses the American role in South Africa’s political growth with Imani Countess, Executive...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Democratic Alternatives (Part 2) As Russia and South Africa struggle to form democracies, they’re adopting voting systems quite different from those used in the United States. This edition of Common Ground continues a two-part look at alternative democracies, talking with former congressman and presidential candidate John Anderson and national director of the Center for Voting and Democracy, Robert Richie. Tapes, transcripts, and more...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Democratic Alternatives (Part 1) Democracy is breaking out around the world, but it’s not the winner-take-all kind of democracy Americans are used to. Instead, most of the Western world uses some form of proportional representation. This edition of Common Ground takes a look at how proportional representation works. Guests include John Anderson, National Chair of the Center for Voting and Democracy, and Robert Richie, National Director,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Environmental Issues Dr. Moira Gunn’s first guest is Harvey Sass, an Environmental Marketing Manager with LandF Products, a Division of Eastman-Kodak. They make consumer cleaning products which are familiar to every American. LandF Products searched internationally to find the best technologies to produce environmentally-conscious packaging. In the second half, Moira interviews Dr. Joe Petulla, Director of the Graduate Program in...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Global Exchange A group called Global Exchange is helping Americans learn about the world. In this Common Ground program, first aired September 6, 1994, codirector Medea Benjamin talks about the value of citizen-to-citizen connections. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Considering Peace (Part 1) Norwegian Johan Galtung, Professor of Peace Studies, University of Hawaii and founder of the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo, asks "Since the Cold War is over, what happened to peace?" Galtung is one of the pioneers of peace research, founder of the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo, and the guest on this edition of Common Ground. Galtung compares peace studies with strategic...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Women Bridging the Divide (Part 2) Women on both sides of the US-Mexico border are working in ways that erase the artificial boundary between them. In the second part of our series about women on the border, Common Ground examines some of the initiatives and projects underway to ease the struggles of the most marginalized women living in the borderland. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Helping Children Survive There is a handful of completely preventable diseases which claim the lives of millions of children around the world each year. On this Common Ground , we’ll talk to the experts at the United States Centers for Disease Control who are trying to put an end to those deaths. Guests: Dr. Kent Campbell, Medical Officer, Centers for Disease Control; Dr. Michael Deming, Epidemiologist, International Health Program, Centers...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: U.S. Priorities in Africa Everyone has heard about South Africa’s remarkably hopeful start toward a democratic, egalitarian society. On Common Ground, Ambassador George Moose, now the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, discusses Africa’s other success stories, as well as its challenges. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Virtual Organizations Moira interviews DR. KENNETH PREISS, a Senior Fellow specializing in international competitiveness at the Iacocca Institute at Lehigh University. Dr. Preiss, who is also a senior faculty member at Ben-Gurion University, offers his perspectives on the international marketplace and the place of the United States within that forum. He is author of a new book, "Virtual Organizations and Agile Competitors"....
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: China and America Contact between the American and Chinese peoples is increasing, and business links the two countries more closely every day. How does this new interconnectedness affect the foreign policies of the People’s Republic of China and the United States? On Common Ground, Keith Porter talks with Jane Leung Larson, executive director of the Northwest Regional China Council, Kung-Lee Wang, founder of the Organization of Chinese...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: A Celebration of Democracy Voters living thousands of miles from their home in South Africa cast their ballots in the United States earlier this month for a new government. Common Ground joins a celebration of voters, election observers, and former anti-Apartheid activists. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org Rebroadcast of this program...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Women Bridging the Divide (Part 1) The lives of millions of people from two very different nations are intertwined on the US-Mexico border. This Common Ground program, first broadcast on September 13, 1994, begins a two-part series about the most marginalized women living, and even thriving, in the unique borderland setting of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Passage from Prague Czech author Iva Pekarkova has captured the ambiance of communist Prague in her novel "Truck Stop Rainbows." On Common Ground, Pekarkova talks about her work and the fate of the generation that grew up under communism’s pall. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org Rebroadcast of this program is made possible...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Promoting Democracy Through Law Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Prospects for the two Koreas There has been little change since the Korean peninsula was divided 50 years ago. But with the death of North Korea’s strongman president Kim Il Sung and this spring’s nuclear crisis defused, there may be a window of opportunity for improving relations. James Palais, director of the Center for Korean Studies at the University of Washington discusses the relationship between two Koreas today and why...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: The World Court The World Court’s caseload is at an all-time high. On this edition of Common Ground, we talk with the American justice on the court about the current cases and why this international panel is enjoying renewed interest. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to 72120.2150@CompuServe.COM Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Best of TechNation (Nintendo and Fuzzy Thinking) Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with David Sheff, author of "Game Over--Nintendo Zapped an American Industry, Captured Your Dollars, and Enslaved Your Children." He discusses how and why Nintendo appeals to our youth, as well as how the video game industry started in America. While the American companies remained in disarray, the Japanese company, Nintendo, captured the market. Listeners...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Considering Peace (Part 2) Peace researcher Johan Galtung has studied the origins of conflict for decades. In this edition of Common Ground, released August 16, 1994, Professor Galtung discusses how cultural myths feed into international disputes and how different cultures approach conflict resolution. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Reinventing the CIA Common Ground interviews Dr. Marvin Ott, Professor of National Security Policy at the National War College. The Cold War gave the Central Intelligence Agency a big budget, a certain mystique, and a reason for existence. In today’s world, however, news media such as CNN can gather information faster than the CIA. This program of Common Ground examines the CIA’s search for a post-Cold War mission and looks at some...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Hope for the Americas A new world order may be emerging right here in our hemisphere. On Common Ground, former Assistant Secretary of State Bernard Aronson discusses the positive outlook for peace, democracy, and economic success in Latin America. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 10
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: South Africa’s New Dawn (Part 1) In a time already full of stunning political events -- from Berlin to Moscow to Jericho -- the world will see yet another when South Africans of all races elect a new government next year. This episode of Common Ground interviews Rich Mkhondo, Southern Africa Correspondent for Reuters News Service, in the first of a two-part look at the hopes, challenges, and fears that are shaping a new South Africa....
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 11
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: An Era of Possibility What will replace the industrial era in the next century? Futurist Robert Theobald sees an era of possibility that could counter many breakdowns in our society. On Common Ground, Theobald proposes some alternatives to our current economic, cultural, and political systems. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 11
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Entrepreneurs and Inventors Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with talks to Robert Gilbreath, CEO of the London-headquartered international consulting firm of Proudfoot Change Management. They discuss how organizations must be prepared for change, as well as the "parables" in Gilbreath’s new book, "Escape from Management Hell." Moira also speaks with James Fergason, inventor of the LCD. He discusses the problems of turning...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 11
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Doing Business in Russia While turmoil seems to define Russia’s central government, efforts continue to build a civil society and market economy. On this edition of Common Ground, three Americans discuss their experiences doing business in Russia. Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 11
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Speaker Thomas Foley Speaker Thomas Foley (D-WA) discusses congressional reform and any prospects for passage in his tenure. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Failure in Haiti High hopes accompanied a special human rights mission to Haiti last year. But that joint mission of the United Nations and the Organization of American States was forced to evacuate the country last October. Common Ground speaks with the mission’s director, who explains the human rights mission’s purpose and what went wrong with it. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Writers and Artists to Protect the Environment Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Liberation Technology : From Disabled To Enabled? PRA Archive #: PZ0251.11 Description: Liberation Technology : From Disabled To Enabled? / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced by Vicki Post. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 11 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT:...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" From: "Internet Multicasting Service" Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: Special Program Content: Perspective ’94 "Perspective ’94" is a radio journal of public affairs produced by students in the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. "Perspective ’94" includes reports on: ---how neighborhood watch programs give citizens a way to reclaim the streets from criminals...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Loans to the Poorest of the Poor Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Interactive TV and Rain Forests Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with David Lockton, CEO and Chairman of the Interactive Network (IN). IN will interactive television to the country later this year. In testing since 1990 in the San Francisco Bay area, IN will be introduced soon in Chicago and then across the country. With participation from NBC, Gannett, TCI, and A.C. Nielsen, the network provides over 120 hours per day of interactive television...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Wired for Peace Computing and communication networks are connecting peace and justice groups across the globe. On this October 4, 1994 edition of Common Ground, officials of the Institute for Global Communications tell us how they’re using e-mail and the Internet to change the world. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to stanfound@igc.apc.org Rebroadcast of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Rep. John Dingell (D-MI) Representative John Dingell, Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee discusses health care reform and how the Congress will deal with President Clinton’s proposals. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Puerto Rico in Limbo (Part 1) Last November, Puerto Ricans went to the polls to state their preference for the island’s political future. Though the election is over, the debate is not likely to end soon. Should Puerto Rico become the 51st state, break off as an independent nation, or remain a commonwealth of the United States? The decision is really up to the United States Congress. In this program, Common Ground talks to the Puerto Ricans...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: An Iraqi Poet in Exile Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Milo Medin Carl Malamud interviews Milo Medin, one of the instrumental figures in the NASA Science Internet (NSI). Join the world of the routing fanatics as Milo explains the acronym-intensive world of NAPs, GIXs, and FIXs. Milo also discusses the role of the Appropriate Use Policy in his network, why ATM is useful but also needs to be combined with an internetworking protocol, and how NASA combines its mission-oriented...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Steve Casner Carl Malamud interviews Steve Casner, an active participant in the work on a multicast backbone and instrumental in setting up the IETF TV video multicasts of working group meetings and technical presentations to the Internet. Casner talks about the future of multicasting and audio/visual work on the Internet. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service including...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Puerto Rico in Limbo (Part 2) Along with much of the world, Puerto Ricans are increasingly interested in their cultural identity. But, what have five centuries of colonial rule done to Puerto Rico’s self-image? In Part 2 of our Common Ground series, we talk to islanders about their efforts to reclaim Puerto Rico’s cultural identity. Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" From: "Internet Multicasting Service" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Content: Congressional Hearings on Internet Security On March 22, 1994, The Subcommittee on Science of the U.S. House of Representatives held hearings on Internet security. These hearings were scheduled in response an advisory issued on February 3, 1994 by the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT). Chairman Rick Boucher (D-VA) and the members of the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Congress
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Dr. David Satcher On May 16, 1994 David Satcher, M.D., Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave a luncheon speech at the National Press Club. He discussed the causes of health problems in young Americans. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Congressman Richard Gephardt Congressman Richard Gephardt, the majority leader, spoke Friday, February 5 at the National Press Club on the subject of welfare reform. This file contains data that was originally multicast live from our studios in the National Press Building. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: The New Look of America Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Tuberculosis Versus The World Tuberculosis was nearly wiped out in the United States some years ago. But now it’s back, and is a worsening global epidemic. This week on Common Ground, a panel of experts describes what may be the greatest health crisis in the world today. Experts include Frank Lostumbo, National Council for International Health; Dr. Zeda Rosenberg, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Dr. Gabriel Schumnis,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: The Holocaust Project Artist Judy Chicago is best known for her monumental and controversial works of art such as "The Dinner Party" and "The Birth Project." Recently, Chicago unveiled her latest work, which she describes as her "quest to imagine the unimaginable." It is titled "The Holocaust Project", and this broadcast of Common Ground tours the exhibit with Chicago and her husband-collaborator,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 13
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Henry Cisneros, Secretary of HUD Henry Cisneros brought to the Feb. 14 NPC Luncheon a text heavy in history as he defended the role of the federal government-- currently the beleaguered Housing and Urban Development Department he heads--in dealing with the blighted cores of U.S. cities. Using FDR’s Depression-era "I see one-third of a nation ill-housed" cry as his pivot, he drew similar earlier support from Madison,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Carol Browner, Environmental Protection Agency In this National Press Club luncheon address, Carol Browner, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, discusses the Clinton administration’s new initiatives to reduce pesticides in our food supply. Browner, a former legislative director for Al Gore, talks about her personal goals to leave the world a "slightly better place" and to "save the bananas."...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Don Hoffman Carl Malamud interviews Don Hoffman, a technical manager and programmer at Sun Microsystems. Don has long (and sometimes painful) experience writing complex network-based programs in areas ranging from network management to multimedia. He discusses the challenges in implementing standards and tells us where he sees multimedia going over the next few years. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Global Economy, Global Labor As jobs, resources, and capital flow more and more easily over national boundaries, organized labor faces enormous hurdles. On this edition of Common Ground, we talk with two union representatives about their efforts to keep pace in a rapidly changing world. Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or sending e-mail to 72120.2150@CompuServe.COM Rebroadcast of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Future media : more buck for the bang PRA Archive #: PZ0251.02 Description: Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications.|FUTURE MEDIA : MORE BUCK FOR THE BANG / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced D. Roberts. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 2 Series which examines the social, legal, and...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Monopoly Update On The Superhighway PRA Archive #: PZ0251.07 Description: Monopoly Update On The Superhighway / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced by Gregg McVicar. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 7 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT: With President Clinton calling...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Population -- The Road to Cairo The world’s population has doubled since 1950 and is expected to top 6 billion by the year 2000. This September the United Nations will host a major world conference in Cairo, Egypt, to discuss what to do about the population situation. In this program, Joseph Van Arendonk, deputy executive director for the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, discusses what he hopes will result from that meeting --...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Clifford Neuman Carl Malamud interviews Clifford Neuman, instrumental in the development of Internet protocols such as Kerberos and Prospero. Neuman discusses what Prospero is and how this miracle system can be anything you want it to be. Neuman also discusses his work in security and how that relates to his recent interests in resource discovery. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Gordon Binder, Chairman of Amgen Gordon Binder, Chairman of Amgen, mounts a spirited attack on President Clinton’s health care reforms. As Chairman of the largest biotechnology firm, Binder argues against price controls and for the future of his industry. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Secretary Hazel O’Leary Secretary of Energy Hazel O’Leary spoke on February 15, 1994 at the National Press Club. This file contains data that was originally multicast live from our studios in the National Press Building. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Ron Frederick This week, Carl Malamud interviews Ron Frederick, the author of the popular nv video tool used on the multicast backbone (mbone). Frederick discusses how video gets encoded and how we can transmit isochronous data streams like audio and video over a multicast IP layer. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service including O’Reilly & Associates and Sun...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 14
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Opposition to the Technology Initiative Dr. Gunn interviews Dr. T.J. RODGERS, President and CEO, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation on his testimony before Congress opposing the Clinton/Gore technology initiative. On March 25, 1993, Dr. Rodgers presented his own testimony and the written statements of 10 other Silicon Valley CEOs and businessmen, expressing grave convern about the Technology Initiative. Moira met with him in his offices...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: The Fragile Shield US foreign assistance for healthcare programs around the world not only saves millions of lives, it also stops many deadly diseases before they spread to our own shores. On this Common Ground , we’ll see that this fragile shield is in serious danger. Guests: Nils Daulaire, Deputy Assistant Administrator, US Agency for International Development; Frank Lostumbo, President, National Council for International Health; Karl...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Toxic Nation/Wireless Communications Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Fred Setterberg and Lonny Shavelson, authors of the book "Toxic Nation ... The Fight to Save Our Communities from Chemical Contamination." Together, Setterberg and Shavelson spent 3 years speaking with communities across the United States on their experimence with their problems with toxic waste and environmental chemicals. From the Amish of Pennsylvania to the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Keith Moore Keith Moore of the University of Tennessee and one of the original MIME developers, talks about multimedia messaging in the Internet. This interview discusses different MIME content types, external pointers, and other elements of this rapidly deploying set of protocols. This interview was recorded March, 1994 in Seattle, Washington. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Intra-lata : Competition And You PRA Archive #: PZ0251.12 Description: Intra-lata : Competition And You / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced by Greg McVicar. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 12 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT: Examines the impact of FCC and PUC...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Are International Economic Institutions Working? Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: US Relations with the United Nations Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Politics, Policy, and the Next Generation Conventional wisdom says today’s American college students are just not interested in political activism. On this Common Ground , author Paul Loeb tells us that just isn’t true. Guest: Paul Loeb, author, Generation at the Crossroads: Apathy and Action on the American Campus . Tapes, transcripts, and more information on Common Ground is available by calling 1-800-825-5746 or by sending e-mail to...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: The Science of Second-Hand Smoke Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Dr. Stan Glantz, professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and Jim Rapace, a health physicist with the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., discuss the effects of second-hand smoke with Dr. Moira Gunn. Together they relate the decade-long effort at the EPA that resulted in the landmark 1992 report on the effects of second- hand...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: R. Trumka, United Mine Workers In this National Press Club luncheon address, the President of the United Mine Workers, R. Trumka, discusses a role for labor in the economy of the 1990s. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Soundprint
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Looking for Bears The grizzly bear has been rapidly disappearing in the American West. There may be fewer than 800 left. It is believed that the last grizzly bear disappeared from the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado in 1979. But, there is now scientific evidence that there are a few still there. A group of conservation biologists are making an effort to find and preserve the remaining grizzlies of that area with a novel...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Soundprint
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 15
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Vice President Al Gore Vice President Al Gore branded the first 100 days of the current Republican-controlled Congress a sellout to the wealthy and special-interest lobbyists at the expense of the poor and the middle class. In his text for an afternoon talk at the Club, April 3, 1995, he called on the Republican members of Congress to remember that "your contract is not with the Republican party. Your real contract is with the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Carol Bellamy, Peace Corps Director Carol Bellamy, Director of the Peace Corps, spoke about ... the Peace Corps. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of Governors.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Hi-tech Jobs From Defense Conversion : Can It Be Done? PRA Archive #: PZ0251.08 Description: Hi-tech Jobs From Defense Conversion : Can It Be Done? / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced Alex Van Oss. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 8 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT:...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Richard Riley, Secretary of Education U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley spoke about the administration’s ideas for improving education in the U.S. and discussed the details of his plan called Goals 2000 and the accompanying legislation, the Educate America Act. The National Press Luncheons are brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service under an agreement with the National Press Club Board of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Hedrick Smith, Author-journalist Author-journalist Hedrick Smith told the July 12, 1995, NPC luncheon what he learned researching his latest book, "Rethinking America." Smith questioned the quality of the workforce produced by American schools. Contrasting American education with that in Germany and Japan, Smith called American education irrelevant to future life for most students. Giving a concrete example, Smith said...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Common Ground
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Intervening in Civil Conflicts Years ago it was rare for one country to intervene when there was a conflict within the borders of another sovereign country. But the rules for international behavior are changing, and the world is seeing more and more outside intervention in civil wars and internal conflicts. In this Common Ground, Rick Inderfurth, representative for special political affairs at the United States Mission to the United Nations,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Internet Talk Radio
by Communications Revolution
audio
eye 16
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series Title: Communications Revolution Program Title: Democratic Access To Government Information PRA Archive #: PZ0251.09 Description: Democratic Access To Government Information / hosted by Jude Thilman| executive producer Bari Scott| produced by Claire Schoen. SERIES: Communications revolution : 1994| no. 9 Series which examines the social, legal, and ethical implications of changes in telecommunications technologies and applications. CONTENT: Examination of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Revolution